Cris de Vera

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Cris de Vera
Born 1924 (1924)
Philippine Islands
Died 1975 (aged 50–51)
Philippines
Occupation Actor
Years active 1946-1963

Cris de Vera (1924 – 1975) was a Filipino actor who was typecast as Japanese in most of his films because of his Japanese features.

De Vera made his first movie after World War II when war struck Manila in Death March, a film by Leopoldo Salcedo with Philippine Pictures, about a Prisoner of War when the Japanese invaded the Philippines and made a Death March from Bataan.

He made only one movie with Sampaguita Pictures titled Maynila aka Manila which co-starred some of the prewar movie players.

Filmography[edit]

  • 1946 - Death March [Phils Pics]
  • 1946 - Maynila [Sampaguita]
  • 1949 - Krus ng Digma [X'Otic]
  • 1949 - Siyudad sa Ilalim ng Lupa [X'Otic]
  • 1949 - Sagur [X'Otic]
  • 1949 - Kumander Mameng [Banal]
  • 1949 - He Promised to Return [Movietec]
  • 1950 - His Darkest Hour [Lebran]
  • 1950 - The Pirates Go to Town [Lebran]
  • 1950 - The Spell [Lebran]
  • 1954 - Selosong Balo [V]
  • 1955 - Papa Loves Mambo [Deegar Cinema Inc.]

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